As we often say at Message Masters, the purpose of Toastmasters is not to speak at Toastmasters. It is to prepare us for speaking outside, where it counts.
Sometimes this voice is dramatic.
Sometimes this voice is, "quiet and meaningless as wind in dry grass."
Sometimes this voice is quiet and meaningful.
Ian Prattis, a retired professor from Carleton University, writes and speaks on issues that affect our world for generations to come: global warming and climate change, sustainability, multi-generational thinking. This video is worth your time.
Find your inner voice, the one that wonders about important questions. Raise that voice. Take your mindfulness and share it with our world. One worthwhile idea shared is more valuable than an encyclopedia hidden.